“Heal the world, make it a better place…”
Each time Earth Hour rolls around, we find ourselves looking forward to this simple yet meaningful event to show support for environmental conservation. This year, let’s celebrate Earth Hour a little differently by gathering close friends and family to do some (or all, if you’re ambitious) of these fun activities, no electricity required!
Earth Hour is happening on:
Date: 28 March 2015
Time: 8.30pm – 9.30pm
Purpose: Earth Hour asks everyone to take personal accountability for their impact on the planet and make behavioural changes to facilitate a sustainable lifestyle.
10 things to do during Earth Hour 2015
- Join the Earth Hour Night Walk at Sunway Pyramid
- Light candles and have a picnic
Grab a few friends, a picnic mat or wicker mat, sandwiches, candles and some drinks and have a picnic in your front porch or nearest park! Take some wacky #selfies while you’re at it! 🙂
- Bored? Time for Board Games
Dust off that old chess or Scrabble set and get cracking!
- How about a round of charades?
Guaranteed to get people talking, charades is perfect for families or groups of 3 or more! Simply pick a category (eg: favourite Disney characters) and start acting it out while your group members try to guess for points.
- Ghost Stories!
Take advantage of the dark hour by sharing some spooky tales!
- Hide & Seek
Since the lights are already off, why not?
- Head to the nearest park or mall & go for a long walk
Put on those walking shoes and get your blood pumping by taking a brisk walk around the neighbourhood park or nearest shopping mall.
- Have a rockin’ jamming/karaoke session
Serenade your loved ones with your favourite tunes or hold an ad hoc karaoke session!
- Shadow play!
While those candles are flickering in the background, have some fun by creating shapes and animals on a blank wall!
- Yoga in the dark
Relax those senses and energize your muscles with some soothing Yoga! Did you know: Yoga can help you live longer!
Let’s love and protect our Earth together! We hope you’ll have a truly meaningful Earth Hour and see you soon.